Joymax

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Joymax
Public
Traded asKRX: 101730
IndustryVideo games
GenreMMORPG
Headquarters,
Key people
Nam-Chul Kim (CEO)
Ju-wan Seok (CFO)
ProductsSilk Road Online, Digimon Masters
Number of employees
218
ParentWeMade Entertainment
SubsidiariesIO Entertainment
Websitewww.joymax.com
Kim, Nam-Chul
Born (1971-11-25) November 25, 1971 (age 49)
Alma materNational Taiwan Normal University

Joymax is a South Korean video game developer. Joymax initially published games for the PC then expanded to other platforms (including mobile devices). Joymax runs a data center in the United Kingdom and a customer service center in the Philippines.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] They are the creators of Silkroad Online and Karma Online. They also hosted the English version of Digimon Masters until 2016.

Games[edit]

Available[edit]

Title Developer Genre Status
Silkroad Online Joymax MMORPG Active since 2004.
Karma Online Dragonfly FPS Closed
Digimon Masters Digitalic MMORPG 2011-2016 (moved to Gameking).
ICARUS Online (aka NED Online) Joymax MMORPG Active since 2014.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Joystiq.com". Archived from the original on 2011-11-08. Retrieved 2011-10-30.
  2. ^ BetaNews.net
  3. ^ DDaily.co.kr
  4. ^ etnews.com
  5. ^ ITDaily.kr
  6. ^ khan.co.kr
  7. ^ BoanNews.com
  8. ^ NACpress.com
  9. ^ Asiae.co.kr
  10. ^ news.mt.co.kr


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